#1
Hi! I got an ipad not long ago. I wonder; what is the best apps/ games to train your music skills? This could be ear training related/ theory related/sheet music related etc. Thanks
EDIT: Im really looking for some app that would generate a melody and i where to try an play that on my guitar (and the microphone checks). Does this app exist?
Last edited by Usernames sucks at Feb 9, 2014,
#2
There's this thing called Real Music that's available on most electro-screen devices.

good-ear.com
musictheory.net
iwasdoingallright.com
#4
Quote by Usernames sucks

EDIT: Im really looking for some app that would generate a melody and i where to try an play that on my guitar (and the microphone checks). Does this app exist?


Yes. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/play-by-ear-ear-training/id361203621?mt=8

Other apps that I find very useful:

This one is unique and great for learning rhythmic notation.
https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/rhythm-sight-reading-trainer/id396302174?mt=8

This one is great for memorizing intervals, chords and progressions. There are plenty of apps that deal with those concepts, but this is the only one that I found that is set up like a game of Sudoku.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jazz-harmony/id568839806?mt=8
#5
Hey OP,

If you own a Mac, there is a very good, affordable ear training software called "EarMaster Pro" that I use regularly. With this software, you can practice identifying intervals, chords, progressions, scales, rhythmic patterns, and melodies. It also teaches you with a layout of the neck in combination with tabs and standard notation so you can also learn the notes on the staff and the neck while simultaneously training your ear!

If you don't own a mac, they might make the same software for PC too.
#6
Quote by Usernames sucks
I cant find anything called real music.




real music is not an app. Listen to some damn music, like on the radio. Apps will not help you play the guitar.
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Quote by cdgraves


real music is not an app. Listen to some damn music, like on the radio. Apps will not help you play the guitar.


That was pretty funny. You're right again, apps will not help you become a better guitarist, but the app I mentioned above can help you identify scales, intervals, and chords with your ear, which in turn can help you become a better musician. I'll trust you know the difference between the two.